EU Parliament Members Expose 5G Safety Authority Being Influenced by Telecom Industry – Global Research


29-06-20 04:26:00,

A new report released by European Members of Parliments Michèle Rivasi (Europe Écologie) and Dr. Klaus Buchner (Ökologisch-Demokratische Partei) accuses the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP), an organization many governments consider an authority on the safety of 5G and cell phone radiation, of being under the influence of the telecommunications industry and ignoring the science showing their harmful effects. 

The report written by Hans van Scharen and edited by Tomas Vanheste and Erik Lambert is entitled, “The International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection: Conflicts of Interest, Corporate Capture and the Push for 5G.”

“We applaud European Members of Parliment Michèle Rivasi and Dr. Klaus Buchner, who bravely sponsored a new report exposing the corruption of the science of 5G and cell phone radiation. The International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection, is a small, private organization found to be  ‘a closed circle of like-minded scientists,’ who have turned ICNIRP into a ‘self-indulgent science club, with a lack of biomedical expertise, as well as a lack of scientific expertise’ in specific risk assessments,” said Theodora Scarato, Executive Director of Environmental Health Trust.

Scarato continued,

“Although  ICNIRP is recognized by the World Health Organization as an ‘independent scientific commission,’ the report concludes that it is a ‘closed, non-accountable and one-sided organization’ and ‘for really independent scientific advice, we cannot rely on ICNIRP. ‘ We agree that ‘The European Commission and national governments from countries like Germany should stop funding ICNIRP.  It is high time that the European Commission creates a new, public and fully independent advisory council on non-ionizing radiation.’”

Investigative research by Environmental Health Trust, Mona Nielsson, the Bioinitiative, Investigate Europe, Microwave News, Don Maisch PHD, AVAATE, the Oceania Radiofrequency Scientific Advisory Association, and Dr. Lennart Hardell were referenced in the 98-page report.

The Major French newspaper Le Monde published an article on the investigation “5G: the impartiality of the committee which guides Europe to protect the population from the waves in question.” 

Download the new report, “The International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection: Conflicts of Interest,  Corporate Capture and the Push for 5G” issued by Klaus Buchner and  Michèle Rivasi.


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German Parliament Delegation in Damascus, Don’t Bet Much On It!


23-11-19 04:14:00,

A representative of the German right-wing party AFD, Frank Pasemann, has come to discuss on Wednesday with a committee from the Syrian Parliament on several topics:

  • The end of Sanctions on Syria.
  • The collaboration with Russia, instead of with NATO, on the building of the security zone in northern Syria.
  • The re-immigration of Syrian Refugees in Germany to Syria.
  • Recognition of the Assad government as the legitimate government of Syria, as since 2012, EU has recognized the Syrian Opposition (often referred to as NATO terrorists) as the legitimate representative of Syria.

The aim of the visit is mainly to prove to Germany that Syria is actually a safe country of origin, which is opposite to the popular belief of western media, actually true.

Die Abgeordneten der @AfDimBundestag, welche derzeit Gäste des syrischen Parlamentes sind, stimmen darin überein, dass das Bild dieses Bloggers mehr Wahrheit über die Situation in #Syrien enthält als sämtliches Geschreibsel der Einheitsmedien! Glauben Sie denen bitte kein Wort.

— Frank Pasemann, MdB 🇩🇪 (@Frank_Pasemann) November 22, 2019

“The representatives of the AFD in parliament, which are currently guests on the Syrian Parliament, are agreeing that the picture of this twitter blogger contains more truth about the situation in Syria, than all the written stuff from the allied media. Please don‘t believe a single word from them.”

-Frank Pasemann

This plan to visit was seen as a provocation in the German parliament, which lead to a heated discussion on Friday, 15th November. The discussion seemed as if our government lived in 2 alternate realities, where the Political middle (SPD, CDU, and FDP) and the Green party (Bündnis 90/die Grünen) spoke of a ‘cruel regime’ and ‘no one in their right mind could call it a safe country of origin,’ while the plan to visit was seen as the correct thing to do by the German left party (Die Linke), though they still expressed disapproval of the party.

The Left and the AFD are rivaling parties as the Left supports refugee immigration, and is against Israeli Apartheid, while AFD is against refugees (the motivation for re-immigration of Syrian refugees) and believes BDS is Antisemitic (while most Anti-Jewish attacks in Germany are committed by right extremists).

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The European Parliament claims that the Soviet Union is responsible for the Second World War


10-10-19 09:16:00,

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European Parliament resolution of 19 September 2019 on the importance of European remembrance for the future of Europe (2019/2819(RSP))

(Text put to the vote by Michal Šimečka, Frédérique Ries, Ramona Strugariu, Katalin Cseh, Ondřej Kovařík, Vlad-Marius Botoş, Izaskun Bilbao Barandica, Jan-Christoph Oetjen and Christophe Grudler on behalf of the Renew Group, including the British Libe-Dem and the Irish Alliance.)

The European Parliament,

– having regard to the universal principles of human rights and the fundamental principles of the European Union as a community based on common values,

– having regard to the statement issued on 22 August 2019 by First Vice-President Timmermans and Commissioner Jourová ahead of the Europe-Wide Day of Remembrance for the victims of all totalitarian and authoritarian regimes,

– having regard to the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights adopted on 10 December 1948,

– having regard to its resolution of 12 May 2005 on the 60th anniversary of the end of the Second World War in Europe on 8 May 1945 [1],

– having regard to Resolution 1481 of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe of 26 January 2006 on the need for international condemnation of crimes of totalitarian Communist regimes,

– having regard to Council Framework Decision 2008/913/JHA of 28 November 2008 on combating certain forms and expressions of racism and xenophobia by means of criminal law [2],

– having regard to the Prague Declaration on European Conscience and Communism adopted on 3 June 2008,

– having regard to its declaration on the proclamation of 23 August as European Day of Remembrance for the Victims of Stalinism and Nazism adopted on 23 September 2008 [3],

– having regard to its resolution of 2 April 2009 on European conscience and totalitarianism [4],

– having regard to the Commission report of 22 December 2010 on the memory of the crimes committed by totalitarian regimes in Europe (COM(2010)0783),

– having regard to the Council Conclusions of 9-10 June 2011 on the memory of the crimes committed by totalitarian regimes in Europe,

– having regard to the Warsaw Declaration of 23 August 2011 on the European Day of Remembrance for Victims of Totalitarian Regimes,

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Singapore parliament approves ‘anti-fake news’ law — will this curtail free speech? · Global Voices


14-06-19 12:27:00,

Singapore parliament passed the Protection from Online Falsehoods and Manipulation Act on May 8, 2019 amid concern that it contains provisions undermining free speech. Photo by Flickr user Teddy Sipaseuth (CC BY-SA 2.0)

Singapore’s parliament approved the Protection from Online Falsehoods and Manipulation Act (POFMA) on May 8, 2019.

Commonly known as the anti-fake news law, POFMA gives broad, unchecked powers to government ministers to determine what online information is “false” and demand that it be censored or corrected.

The Ministry of Law says the legislation will help stop the circulation of “deliberate online falsehoods” which it says are being used “to divide society, spread hate, and weaken democratic institutions.”

But media groups and human rights advocates see the law as another tool to suppress free speech in Singapore. The law will come into force in a national environment where free speech is already under threat, as seen in multiple recent defamation claims against independent media and commentators.

The proposal to make a law aimed at tackling false information was discussed during a parliamentary committee deliberation in 2018. POFMA was introduced in parliament on April 1, 2019. A total of 72 members of parliament voted in favor of the measure while nine opposed it.

Under the law, any government minister can compel website administrators, internet service providers, and even private chat groups to immediately correct or remove ‘fake news’ from their domains. But the law’s definition of what counts as fake or false is remarkably vague.

Article 2 states that “a statement may be found to be false if it is false or misleading, whether wholly or in part, and whether on its own or in the context in which it appears.”

Worker’s Party Non-Constituency MP Leon Perera identified three other provisions of the law which could be used to curtail the right to freedom of expression:

Section 2 – defining what a Minister deems a misleading presentation of facts, not only false claims of fact, as correctable;

Section 4(f) defining harmful falsehoods as including those that diminish confidence in the government; and

Section 6,

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Greta for Parliament |

22-04-19 10:00:00,

Politischer Suizid einer Bewegungs-Ikone.

Von Uli Gellermann.

Irgendwie ist sie doch unsere Greta, die 16-jährige Greta Thunberg, die nette Greta mit den lustigen Zöpfen, die mit dem von ihr initiierten Schülerstreik der Umweltbewegung neue Akzente verschaffte. Immer mehr junge Leute beteiligen sich inzwischen an den Fridays for Future, an jener Bewegung, die am 15.3.2019 eine Million Menschen in über 2.000 Städten, in 125 Ländern, auf allen Kontinenten vereinte. Der SPIEGEL sah sie heroisch: „Greta Thunberg erobert Rom“. Der Deutschlandfunk sieht sie als „Allheilsbotschafterin“. Die Bildzeitung schreibt wohlwollend über die „Die große Greta-Show in Berlin“. Eins ist sicher: Greta ist bewegend, die kann bewegen und bisher fand diese Bewegung unter freiem Himmel statt, auf Straßen und Plätzen. Greta war das sympathische Gesicht einer neuen außerparlamentarischen Opposition.

Nun rief Greta den Wählern in der Europäischen Union zu: „Sie sollen für Leute wie mich wählen, die von der Krise betroffen sein werden“. Diesen Wahlaufruf verkündete jene Klima-Ikone, die ihre Generation gerade in das politische Handeln geführt hatte. Sie ruft zur Wahl zu einem Parlament auf, das von Lobby-Organisationen geradezu umzingelt ist: Rund 25.000 Lobbyisten mit einem Jahresbudget von 1,5 Milliarden Euro nehmen in Brüssel Einfluss auf die EU-Institutionen. Unter ihnen jede Menge Energiekonzerne. Großkonzerne – die Hauptverursacher der Klima-Katastrophe – zahlen fast nirgends in der EU die gesetzlich vorgeschriebenen Steuern. Der gesetzliche Unternehmenssteuersatz in der EU beträgt durchschnittlich 23 Prozent, doch die Firmen zahlen im Schnitt nur 15 Prozent. Und Steuern sind das wesentliche Steuermittel zur Lenkung der Emissionen. Immerhin stammen 56,8 % der Treibhausgasemissionen in der EU aus der Energiegewinnung. Der Weg zum EU-Parlament ist der Weg in den Suizid einer außerparlamentarischen Bewegung. m

Wahrscheinlich ist es zu viel verlangt von einer 16-Jährigen, die immerhin mit Erfolg jede Menge Menschen weit über ihre Generation hinaus für ein wichtiges Menschheitsziel bewegt hat, einen kritischen Blick auf den Parlamentarismus zu erlangen. Aber was ist mit den erwachsenen Oppositionellen? Die LINKE will „Europa anders denken“ und geht mit einer Reihe respektabler Forderungen ins Wahlgefecht. Na, ist man versucht zu sagen: Dann denkt mal schön. Oder in der Abwandlung eines Opa-Spruchs: Der Mensch denkt und der Konzern lenkt. Gleich um die Ecke,

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